Colin Graves to make Yorkshire comeback after board approves financial rescue plan

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Colin Graves’ prospective return as Yorkshire chairman is on track for approval next month, following the club’s board backing a restructured loan agreement from his consortium. Yorkshire claimed to have spoken to over 350 interested parties, with Graves’ offer being the only one capable of addressing the club’s financial peril in the wake of a recent racism crisis. The proposed loan agreement from Graves is expected to involve an immediate injection of £1 million, followed by new investment worth £4 million. Despite controversy surrounding his previous tenure and recent comments, Graves remains committed to saving Yorkshire County Cricket Club. The potential return of Graves has drawn criticism from parties such as Azeem Rafiq and local MP Alex Sobel, with sponsors also being urged to reconsider their involvement.

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